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This consequentialist or effects-based analysis has been described as "the leading view" among legal experts in determining whether a hostile cyber act constitutes an armed attack for purposes of the jus ad bellum, and, by extension, whether threshold requirements are also met for the application of the IHL regime.
The other issue related to jus ad bellum is that of proper authority.
Ignoring the warnings of colleagues, Bellum nosed through the seedy and lascivious nooks and crannies of the Limbic Quarter.
Walzer celebrates the fact that many generals and political leaders now speak the language of just war theory, as eager as high school debaters to invoke the concepts of jus ad bellum and jus in hello in their discussions of war.
L'article de Kristen Boon, publie dans le numero 2 de ce meme volume, a pour titre <<Legislative Reform in Post-conflict Zones: Jus Post Bellum and the Contemporary Occupant's Law-Making Powers>>, et non <<Legislative Reform in Post-conflict Zones: Just Post Bellum and the Contemporary Occupant's Law-Making Powers>> comme l'indique la couverture.
However, resurrecting the "just war" doctrine at the present juncture is dangerous for two reasons: it is used to circumvent the Charter and it blurs the total distinction between the jus ad bellum and the jus in bello.
AS IS GENERALLY understood, just war thinking is governed by the ad bellum criteria (about when it is just to go to war) and the in bello criteria for the way a war might be justly fought.
It is distinguished from ius ad bellum, which governs the legitimacy of engaging in hostilities in the first place.
a character named Sara Bellum who discusses the effects of drugs in her magazine series Mind Over Matter
There's a lot going on here: the Wiccans and their celebrations and bonfires; the pro-war/anti war groups; the nasty longtime super-religious neighbors; the history of the families and their connection with the ante bellum antislavery movement.
Research handbook on international conflict and security law; jus ad bellum, jus in bello, and jus post bellum.
From Jus ad Bellum to Jus ad Vim: Recalibrating Our Understanding of the Moral Use of Force Daniel Brunstetter and Megan Braun
critique, disproportionality served primarily as evidence of ajus ad bellum violation.
This article concludes that most targeted killings are illegal under international law; only a very small number of such killings, performed under carefully crafted circumstances, could potentially comply with the relevant rules of jus ad bellum and jus in bello, and only if one accepts the premise that the United States is engaged in an armed conflict against al-Qaeda.